Landscaping tips part 2: Planting suggestions.

Landscaping tips part 2: Planting suggestions.

A combination of indigenous, native and exotic species.

We asked our landscape designers at Berwick Waters, Tract Consultants, to provide our residents with some expert advice.

Landscaping tips part 2: Planting suggestions.

A combination of indigenous, native and exotic species:

Native & Exotic Trees
Acacia dealbata - Silver Wattle
Acacia mearnsii - Black Wattle
Acer palmatum ‘Senkaki’ Senkaki - Japanese Maple
Eucalyptus caesia ‘Silver Princess’ - Silver Princess
Eucalyptus ficifolia - Red Lowering Yellow Gum
Pyrus calleryana ‘Red Spire’ - Red Spire Pear
Pyrus calleryana ‘Capital’ - Red Spire Pear
Lagerstroemia indica – Crepe myrtle

Shrubs
Acacia acinacea – Gold-dust Wattle
Acacia cognata ‘Limelight’ - Limelight Wattle
Bursaria spinose – Sweet Bursaria
Banksia marginata - Silver Banksia
Callistemon pallidus – Bottlebrush
Callistemon species
Correa alba – White Correa
Correa reflexa - Native Fuchsia
Correa ‘ Dusky Bells’ - Correa
Dodonea viscosa purpurea – Hop Bush
Grevillea ‘Robyn Gordon’ – Grevillea
Grevillea ‘Boongala Spinebill - Grevillea
Hakea nodosa - Yellow Hakea
Leptospermum continentale – Prickly Tea-tree
Westringia ‘Wynyabbie Gem’ - Native Rosemary
Xanthorrhoea australis - Grass Tree
Xanthorrhoea minor - Small Grass Tree

Exotic Shrubs & Groundcovers
Agave attenuata – Agave
Arthropodium cirratum ‘Matapouri Bay’ – Renga Lily
Dietes bicolor - Fortnight Lily
Dietes iridiodes - Fortnight Lily
Oryanthus palmeri – Giant Spear Lily
Hebe species
Juniperus horizontalis – Juniper
Juniperus conferta - Juniper
Kalanchoe species
Kniphophia species – Red Hot Poker
Lavandula angustifolia – English Lavander
Leucadendron species
Rosmarinus officinalis - Rosemary
Senecio serpens – Blue Chalksticks
Strelitzia reginae – Bird’s of Paradise
Strelitzia juncea – Bird’s of Paradise

Ground Covers
Agonis flexuosa nana - Groundcover peppermint
Anigozanthos ’dwarf delight’ - Kangaroo Paw
Banksia spinulosa ‘Birthday Candles – Hairpin Banksia
Brachychome multifida - Cut-leaf Daisy
Brachyscome ‘Lemon Twist’ - Lemon-flowered Cut-leaf Daisy
Brachyscome multifida ‘Alba’ - White Cut-leaf Daisy
Casuarina glacau ‘Shagpile’ - She Oak
Correa reflexa ver. nummulariifolia - Groundcover Correa
Eremophila glabra ‘Kalbarri Carpet’ – Emu Bush
Grevillea formosa - Spider Grevillea
Grevillea ‘Jelly baby’ - Groundcover Grevillea
Grevillea ‘poorinda Royal Mantle’ - Grevillea
Myoporum parvifolium - Creeping Boobialla
Viola hederacea - Native Violet

Grasses & Tufting Plants
Anigozanthos flavidus - Kangaroo Paw
Anigozanthos flavidus ‘Pink Joey’ - Pink Kangaroo Paw
Dianella revoluta - Black Flax Lily
Dianella longifolia - Pale Flax-lily
Ficinia nodosa – Knobbly Club-rush
Lomandra longifolia - Spiny-headed Mat-Rush
Lomandra longifolia ‘Tanika’ - Tanika Mat-Rush
Pattersonia occidentalis – Long Purple-Flag
Pennisetum alopecuroides - Fountain Grass
Poa labillardieri - Tussock Grass
Themeda triandra - Kangaroo Grass

Climbers
Clematis microphylla - Small leafed Clematis
Hardenbergia violacea - Purple Coral Pea
Kennedia prostata - Running Postman
Pandorea pandorana - Wonga vine


You can refer also to Casey Council’s Indigenous Plant Guide available on their website https://www.casey.vic.gov.au/environment-waste/environment/caseys-natural-environment/indigenous-plants